Spring Cleaning Checklist-101
It’s that time of year again! Time to start thinking about spring cleaning. But where do you start? It can be overwhelming, but we’re here to help, with over 25 years cleaning experience we have set out a 23 step, comprehensive cleaning checklist to help get you started.
Who Should help In Your Spring Cleaning Checklist?
Everyone in your family can potentially help when it comes to spring cleaning, your partner, the non-motivated child and also the child with ants in there pants!
1. You: the most important person in your spring cleaning checklist is yourself. Make sure to schedule some time for yourself to de-clutter and deep clean your own living space before delegating everything out to others.
2. The strongest: person who can move the most furniture is also important – they can help you get to those hard-to-reach places.
3. The quickest: person who is quickest with a vacuum should also be on your list. They can help you get rid of all the dust and dirt in your home faster.
4. The laziest: person who hates cleaning is also important. They have to be part of the team, otherwise they’re just there for the free ride! You will need keep them motivated though.
5. The neatest: person who is the neatest is also a valuable member of your spring cleaning team. They can help you keep your home tidy and organized.
6. The forgetfulness: person who is the least likely to put things back in their rightful place is also important. They can help you keep your home organized and clutter-free.
7. The ADHD: person who ants in the pants, is also a valuable member of your spring cleaning team. They can help you get the job done quicklyand efficiently.
8. The DIY: person who enjoys DIY projects can also be useful in tackling any repairs or upgrades needed during spring cleaning.
9. The de-clutterer: person who is good at de-cluttering and organizing can help you sort through your belongings and get rid of anything that no longer serves a purpose.
10. Lastly your bestie: a trusted friend or family member who can provide moral support and encouragement throughout the spring cleaning process is always a valuable addition to your team, even if they’re at the end of a phone.
Starting your checklist
11. Don’t forget the little things!
12. Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a chore, keep it real.
13. With a little planning and forethought, it can be a breeze.
14. Declutter each room – go through items and donate or dispose of what you no longer need or want.
15. Dust all surfaces including ceiling fans, light fixtures, and baseboards, start from the highest part of the room (lights) and work your way down.
16. Clean windows, mirrors, and glass surfaces with a streak-free cleaner, you can also use your own eco friendly methods.
17. Vacuum or sweep floors and carpets, and damp mop hard surfaces, don’t soak the floors.
18. Wash or dry clean curtains, and blinds.
19. Wash bedding and pillows, and rotate or flip mattresses, make sure to vacuum the mattress, this will ensure you catch every single bed-bug
20. Sanitize kitchen surfaces including countertops, cabinets, and appliances, get the tallest person in the house to clean on top of cupboards.
21. Deep clean bathrooms including toilets, sinks, showers, and bath-tubs.
22. Organize closets and drawers, and put away winter clothes and blankets in storage containers.
23. Don’t forget to clean outdoor spaces such as patios, decks, and windows. Happy spring cleaning!
Thanks for reading and we hope this helps get your spring cleaning off to a great start!